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Did well with leeches on Mon(early),Tues,& Wed.Most came in 10-14 fow,2 or 3 nice healthy 17-18" out of 16-20 fow between 10:30-12:30 on Wed.One beauty 21+"(released) out 20 fow.Found the perch one morning nothing real big(8-10").Kept almost all our pike,one close to 22 flopped out of the boat.A nice bag of fish,some of the best early season fishing I've seen in a long time.Did anyone else see the bug carcasses on Tues & Wed.What were they?Looked like you had a good weekend Lakewood as I seen a lot of boats going in & out of your place as we're just a couple doors north

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Yes, we have had a good season so far, both at the resort and on the lake. Not sure which "couple of doors north" you are referring to but be sure to stop in and say hi.

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